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Descriptive Fair Use Defense – Trademark Law

Definition

A non-owner’s use of a trademark is deemed descriptive fair use and not infringement if the non-owner used the mark: (1) otherwise than as a mark, (2) to describe goods or services offered by the non-owner, and (3) in good faith.

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